Thursday, June 9, 2011

Waterfall - Iceland

Waterfall, Iceland
This image was made last August while traveling in Iceland with Focus on Nature. Focus on Nature runs Photographic Workshops each summer, run by Einar Erlendsson. Einar and his crew make sure everyone is well taken care of from pick-up at the airport on arrival until he drops you back at the airport for the trip home - leaving was most difficult so I am going back this summer. 

Iceland is one of the most beautiful places to visit and photograph - one of the most diverse locations one could imagine. Everything from serene farmland to mountain one lane roads, and, of course volcanoes waterfalls, and glaciers.....a must visit even for non-photographers.

I wrote Einar this morning asking for the location of this waterfall and will post tomorrow - I simply did not take good enough notes...

This iamge was captured using a Phase One P65+, Mamiya 645DF, 45MM lens
Converted to black and white using a lab technique

1 comment:

  1. Wonderful exposure and detail. I really like the ghostly waterfall while the rest is in great crisp B&W tones. Excellent mood is evoked.